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TWENTY FIRST CENTURY IMPERATIVE Podcast

Craig Applegath

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TWENTY FIRST CENTURY IMPERATIVE Podcast

Craig Applegath

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Each episode will feature an interview with a person I think you will find not only inspiring, but also very relevant to helping you answer the question: “what can I do to address the challenges of Twenty-First Century Imperative?"

Latest Episodes

Episode 016 | Jim Taggart: The Voice of Green Architecture in Canada

If you are at all familiar with the building and design sector in Canada you will know that Sustainable Architecture and Building Magazine (SABmag) is the go-to source for green design news and commentary. Our podcast guest today, Jim Taggart, is its editor and founder. In this podcast I talked with Jim about what he wants to do with the SABmag ideas platform he has created, and his thoughts on how we might design buildings to be more effective in addressing the impacts of climate change; what the future looks like, or could look like; and what advice he would have for someone setting out to make a difference. You can find the Show Notes at:http://bit.ly/JimTaggart-ShowNotes

62 MIN2 days ago
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Episode 016 | Jim Taggart: The Voice of Green Architecture in Canada

Episode 015 | Eric Davies: Trees Make a Difference

Eric Davies is one of the Canadian media’s most sought-after experts when it comes to trees, urban forests, and ravine ecology. Whether it is the plight of indigenous trees in our ravines, or the propagation of resilient heritage trees to help mitigate climate change, Eric is the guy the media goes to for information and insight. In this podcast, I spoke with Eric about his thoughts on how forests can be an important part of how we will address the impacts of climate change; and how he sees his role as someone on the front lines of environmental harm reduction, regeneration, and climate adaptation; and what advice he would have for someone setting out to make a difference. See Show Notes at:http://bit.ly/Eric-Davies-Notes

52 MINMAY 21
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Episode 015 | Eric Davies: Trees Make a Difference

Episode 014 | Dr. Wendy Pentland: Coping with Climate Fear and Anxiety

In this episode I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Wendy Pentland, a personal coach, and a recently retired professor of occupational therapy at Queens University. I’d been thinking for some time that it would be worthwhile doing a podcast that explores the anxieties and fears that so many listeners are telling me they are experiencing around the emerging realities of Climate Change, and how they might better cope with them or channel them in a positive direction. Wendy has worked as a professional coach for more than 15 years, coaching over 500 people in all walks and spheres of life - professionals, academics, executives, in the private sector, public sector, large organizations, small businesses, private practices, academia, healthcare and medicine. With all that experience, I thought Wendy would be the perfect person to help us explore our climate-change worries. Wendy’s coaching approach is grounded in the belief that people are motivated primarily by two desires: to fulf...

76 MINMAR 21
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Episode 014 | Dr. Wendy Pentland: Coping with Climate Fear and Anxiety

Latest Episodes

Episode 016 | Jim Taggart: The Voice of Green Architecture in Canada

If you are at all familiar with the building and design sector in Canada you will know that Sustainable Architecture and Building Magazine (SABmag) is the go-to source for green design news and commentary. Our podcast guest today, Jim Taggart, is its editor and founder. In this podcast I talked with Jim about what he wants to do with the SABmag ideas platform he has created, and his thoughts on how we might design buildings to be more effective in addressing the impacts of climate change; what the future looks like, or could look like; and what advice he would have for someone setting out to make a difference. You can find the Show Notes at:http://bit.ly/JimTaggart-ShowNotes

62 MIN2 days ago
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Episode 016 | Jim Taggart: The Voice of Green Architecture in Canada

Episode 015 | Eric Davies: Trees Make a Difference

Eric Davies is one of the Canadian media’s most sought-after experts when it comes to trees, urban forests, and ravine ecology. Whether it is the plight of indigenous trees in our ravines, or the propagation of resilient heritage trees to help mitigate climate change, Eric is the guy the media goes to for information and insight. In this podcast, I spoke with Eric about his thoughts on how forests can be an important part of how we will address the impacts of climate change; and how he sees his role as someone on the front lines of environmental harm reduction, regeneration, and climate adaptation; and what advice he would have for someone setting out to make a difference. See Show Notes at:http://bit.ly/Eric-Davies-Notes

52 MINMAY 21
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Episode 015 | Eric Davies: Trees Make a Difference

Episode 014 | Dr. Wendy Pentland: Coping with Climate Fear and Anxiety

In this episode I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Wendy Pentland, a personal coach, and a recently retired professor of occupational therapy at Queens University. I’d been thinking for some time that it would be worthwhile doing a podcast that explores the anxieties and fears that so many listeners are telling me they are experiencing around the emerging realities of Climate Change, and how they might better cope with them or channel them in a positive direction. Wendy has worked as a professional coach for more than 15 years, coaching over 500 people in all walks and spheres of life - professionals, academics, executives, in the private sector, public sector, large organizations, small businesses, private practices, academia, healthcare and medicine. With all that experience, I thought Wendy would be the perfect person to help us explore our climate-change worries. Wendy’s coaching approach is grounded in the belief that people are motivated primarily by two desires: to fulf...

76 MINMAR 21
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Episode 014 | Dr. Wendy Pentland: Coping with Climate Fear and Anxiety

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